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Jun222009

Market Visual (BETA) knowledge maps


I came across Market Visual Knowledge Maps this morning.  It claims to still be in BETA, and it maps business relationships based on companies or people that you enter.  It seems to build these mind maps on the fly, and saves any maps that you have build so you can retrieve them later.


It's a service you have to pay for, but if you're looking through annual reports and SEC filings to find people and connections, this will save you a bunch of time.  There's a fully interactive sample map, as well as an introductory video.

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Reader Comments (2)

Nice tool, but I tried it with dpa Deutsche PResse-Agentur and the result was disappointing. perhaps it is not yet prepared for european Data?

June 23, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterWahrenburg

Hi Wahrenburg,

Here's Deutsch-Presse:

http://www.marketvisual.com/d/d13db5fc-e61e-45f0-bc6f-9c1691e682d2/dpa+Deutsche+Presse+Agentur+Gmbh

The searching is not always spot on so sometimes you have to try a number of different combinations. If you just type in Deutsche Presse, you'll get it.

October 24, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterDave

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